A summary collection of the principal fundamental rights, liberties, proprieties of all English freemen

Publication Date1656
Remainderboth in their persons, estates, and elections; and of the memorable votes, resolutions, and acts of Parliament, for their vindication and corroboration, in the late Parliaments of 3 & 17 of King Charles; collected out of their Journals, and printed Ordinances. Most necessary to be known, considered, re-established (in this present juncture of publick affairs) with all possible old and new securities; against past, present, and future publick violations, under-minings, by force or fraud, for the much-desired healing of the manifold large mortal wounds in these chief vital parts, and repairing the various destructive subversive breaches in these prime foundations of our English state-fabrick; without which no effectual present or future healing, union, peace, or settlement can possibly be expected, or established in our distracted nations. By William Prynne of Swainswick Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne
Extent[8], 32 p.
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